The Commander in Chief
His friend, however, took his new job very seriously and the Commander in Chief grew more and more frustrated and angry.
After conflict after conflict, the Commander in Chief cried out in exasperation.
Some military officers overheard him and decided to eliminate his former friend.
They murdered Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, in his own cathedral on this very day in 1170. He was canonized three years later.
(Adapted from an earlier post)